November 12, 2020 | IFA Staff
With mounting evidence of vote tampering, it’s time to learn more about the equipment and processes of election 2020 voting. Does the vote really reflect the will of the people? Is voter fraud happening? We know that God is at work–we are hearing about His hand moving–just recently on the Tuesday Pray With Others call we heard of miraculous stories regarding the post-election battle. So, let’s be informed, be aware, and be in prayer.
At least three types of voter fraud have been identified: ballot dumping or stuffing, software/electronic manipulation, and ballot processing violations. Ballot stuffing or dumping is the act of introducing mass numbers of fraudulent ballots into the system at once. According to a former ballot fraud participant, fake ballots are created and then stored to be used as necessary for tight elections in specific districts. In fact, these fraudulent ballots are sent out nationwide with handlers, waiting on the numbers to come in, ready to deliver them after hours to the district or processing center that needs to make up a vote deficit. These ballots are then dumped into the processing system and framed as “found” ballots in a late processing district, or even positioned as mail-in or military ballots. An election can be swayed with as few as 500-1,000 votes, and if the fraud is happening in multiple districts, it all adds up. Did we see this in some districts in 2020?
Take a deep dive in IFA’s newest Special Report with some helpful explanations of what we might be seeing in pockets in our nation. Voter fraud is a guarantee in every election–experts say it happens without fail. But is what we have seen in 2020 a whole new level of illegal intervention to flip votes, shift totals or manufacture ballots? Could we be seeing the largest scale voter fraud effort in our nation’s history? Some experts believe so. Download the special report and find out more. Also, track the court cases for 5 critical states–these could determine the outcome of the election! All included in this meaty IFA special report.